The deal reportedly worth $10 million.
Or maybe Keef dropped Interscope.
Fresh off a collab with UK tastemaker Bok Bok, the Australia-via-Zimbabwe rapper goes longform.
The track also features a chopped and looped Nina Simone sample.
Get familiar with this Franco-Finish duo before the release of Shake Shook Shaken on January 26.
The Los Angeles-based singer swaps the original’s more experimental tendencies with some welcome pop immediacy.
Web bits in our peripheral vision today.
In this week's GEN F, a godly voice from East Detroit braces to ride her runaway hit.
Rick Rubin, Russell Simmons, Adam Horovitz, and more reflect on rap's best rags-to-riches tale.
Sinister and indulgent.
Emilie Friedlander's FADER 91 cover story on FKA Twigs follows the shape-shifting pop singer through London.
Listen to "Two Weeks," a track from FKA Twigs' debut LP on Young Turks and peep the official video.
Smith's ballad gets roughed up by Twigs' distorted electronics.
"Video Girl" becomes a nightmarish reflection on identity in the digital age, with killer krump moves.
The British artist responded to some of the racist abuse she received on Twitter following reports she is dating actor Robert Pattinson.
Today's music artists are finding creative ways to resist being reduced to an SEO-friendly headline.
Whether they call themselves R&B, pop or nothing at all, FKA Twigs and Beyoncé are the most powerful, innovative and feminist voices we have in music.
Our favorite shit on the internet today.
How could he not?
Meet the twin sisters behind her insane Webster Hall look
FKA Twigs sits down with her band for an interview with Zane Lowe and previews new songs from her upcoming album LP1.
After listening to it, five minutes of slowburning heartache later, we can understand why.
Chicago's Lucki Eck$ skews even further afield from the rest of the Chicago rap landscape with "Ouch Ouch," thanks in part to the swirling, chirping, astral production by FKA Twigs.